If I understand correctly, you could do a flush beam set into the ceiling and hang the joists off it.
I read this as asking about the wall directly opposite the closet in bedroom #4. Not the door wall that is part of the hallway.If I understand correctly, you could do a flush beam set into the ceiling and hang the joists off it.
closet in bed 4 will stay for storage and door way to bed 4 will be closed up.Take a pic of the roof framing plan if there is one pls.
If they do remove the wall, what are they going to do with that small closet in BR4? What about the doorway to BR4?
If they take out the wall why not move the door back inline with the WIC and Guest Bath? Then remove most of the right wall for BR4.
If this is truly the case, then it is a bearing wall and you'll need a let-in beam with the joists hung off the sides. The real question is is why did they rotated the ceiling joists? If the hall wall is not a bearing wall you have nothing to land the beam on.The rafters are running front top to bottom in that picture so numerous rafters are sitting on that wall currently.
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Thats prob a good idea lolYou are in over your head, go back to your trailer and play with your festool stuff.